“Red Dog” is a 2011 Australian comedy-drama film directed by Kriv Stenders and starring Koko, a red Australian Kelpie dog, and an ensemble cast including Josh Lucas, Rachael Taylor, and Noah Taylor.
The film is based on a true story set in the 1970s in the Western Australian mining town of Dampier. The film follows the adventures of Red Dog, a stray dog who becomes a beloved member of the local community. Through a series of heartwarming and humorous vignettes, the film depicts Red Dog’s escapades and the impact he has on the lives of the people he encounters.
“Red Dog” was a critical and commercial success in Australia, earning positive reviews for its charming performances, engaging storyline, and beautiful cinematography. The film also won several awards, including the AACTA Award for Best Film.
“Red Dog” is a heartwarming and entertaining film that celebrates the unique bond between humans and animals. It’s a feel-good movie that will leave audiences feeling uplifted and inspired.
Duration: 92 min.